Daniela Espinosa Hoyos is a recent Ph.D. graduate in Chemical Engineering at MIT. She is enthusiastic about interdisciplinary, innovative solutions to challenges in drug discovery and development. Her dissertation focused on developing new tools, including materials and methods, for preclinical drug discovery in the area of myelin disorders. Daniela was a CASSS Frantisek Svec Fellow, an Alfred P. Sloan 2017-2020 Scholar, and received honorable mentions for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship and Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship. Daniela received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Summa Cum Laude, from the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.